I have loved Steve Mason's songs and subdued yet emotionally-charged delivery. It was interesting to try replicating some of the rhythms on guitar. Two Orders of Beta Band and a Side of King Biscuit Time. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jonah-hall/support
Stephen A. Smith has announced he's going to be publishing a memoir. Would you read a Steve Mason or Greg Bergman memoir? The smartest person Mason's ever worked with - Jim Lampley - joins the show from his home in North Carolina. Who do you have winning the SuperBowl this year? With Bills Mafia coming to SoFi, Mason's considering jumping through a table with them. Corporate Greg's got the questions with today's edition of BOBCAT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we introduce you to a young guitarmaker at the very beginning of his career, Asheville, North Carolina-based luthier Judson Riviere. Fresh out of high school, Judson enrolled himself in the Minnesota State College Southeast's Guitar Repair and Building program (aka simply as Red Wing). He then dove deep into guitar repair work for Steve Mason in Kansas and, for the last two years, has apprenticed under acoustic guitarmaker Jason Kostal in Arizona. Judson is finally ready to start building guitars under his name. We talk about the skills he's learned along this journey, how Red Wing turned him into an acoustic guitar fanatic, what the apprenticeship for Jason Kostal looked like, his own guitars, and much more. The Fretboard Summit, our three-day gathering for guitar fanatics, takes place in Chicago August 25-27, 2022. fretboardsummit.org Get our 50th issue of the Fretboard Journal by subscribing here. This episode is sponsored by Peghead Nation (use the promo code FRETBOARD and get your first month free or $20 off any annual subscription); Izotope (use the coupon code FRET10 to save 10% off their plug-ins); Retrofret Vintage Guitars; Izotope (use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase); and Calton Cases.
Legendary sports radio and NFL play-by-play icon, Lee “Hacksaw” Hamilton joined for a wide conversation about his career, the San Diego sports media market, the San Diego Chargers and more. Hacksaw and the History of Sports Talk Radio Lee shared his Long Island roots and the start of his radio news/DJ career in his college days on a radio station in Appalachia. After a great run broadcasting pro hockey in Cleveland, he took his talents to the desert to announce Arizona State football and basketball. Hacksaw also hosted a sports talk show on KTAR in Phoenix shocking the locals with critical comments of ASU's football suspension, the Suns getting blown out in the first round of the 1981 NBA playoffs, and the ineptitude of Bowie Kuhn during the 1981 MLB strike. This was the start of the “Best 15 Minutes in Radio.” This was the start of “Putting Topics on the Table.” “React!” Lee was determined to grab his listeners by the throat and hold them for 4 hours of compelling sports talk radio. Hacksaw's reputation in Arizona led to a 1986 phone call from the Noble Broadcast Group in San Diego to be the San Diego Chargers play by play guy and start a sports talk show on the Mighty 690. At the time the station was broadcasting rock n roll and Wolfman Jack. Little did they know that things were going to radically change in the next few years. Lee was the only sports guy in the entire station, and he started with a blank slate. How in the hell was he going to pull this off? He started by creating a 9-hour NFL Sunday broadcast with a 2-hour Countdown to Kickoff pre-game show, the live game, and then a post-game show with caller participation. The Mighty 690 Sports Talk Radio Meanwhile, every afternoon drivetime Hacksaw hosted his talk radio show using many of his provocative techniques to drive listenership. Lee was a sensation bringing sports facts, stats, and opinions in the late 1980s. He was the internet before the internet was a thing. After a brief transition to sports and news talk, the station went 100% sports starting in 1989. The Mighty 690 was the 3rd radio station in America to go all sports, and the first on the west coast. 690 had a “blowtorch signal” that carried Lee's show from “Baja to the Canadian Rockies” As 690 went all sports, many new voices took the microphone to create a wide variety of opinions and styles on sports talk: Jim Rome came on board to start his Scrub Saturday show. He later got the night shift right after Hacksaw's show, working on developing his style, his smack, and his clones. Rome later went on to national fame, but did you know Hacksaw was first offered the national gig prior to Rome but he turned it down. Steve Hartman joins the station and with Lee's recommendation he was paired up with former Monday Night Football producer Chet Forte. Two loudmouth guys: one young, one old, one west coast, one east coast. It was perfect. Steve Mason and John Ireland took on the morning show and later saw their careers take them to new places. Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith joined the station creating a strong show and a loyal listening audience of Great Friends. The Coach John Kentera joins the station sharing his wealth of knowledge of local high school sports, plus offering his commentary on the San Diego pro and collegiate sports teams. Hacksaw on the Chargers: I root for Herbert to Win, but Spanos to Lose As a long time voice of the San Diego Chargers play-by-play, and as an NFL junkie, Hacksaw was right at home broadcasting the Chargers every Sunday. We retrace some of the magical moments of the Chargers Super Bowl season including stories about Bobby Ross, Stan Humphries, Stan Brock, Tony Martin, Dennis Gibson, and the playoff run against the Dolphins in Steelers. We reminisce about the good vibes as both the team and the community both came together in a very special way. After the 1997 season The Mighty 690 lost its broadcast rights to the t...
https://slasrpodcast.com/ Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we are interviewing Stomp about a few past hikes that he has done that involve slides including Mount Lowell and Whitewall slide. In addition to those topics we/ve got some hikes planned over the long weekend so in preparation we looked up some history on the historical background of The Royce mountains and Evans Notch, All that and some recent search and rescue news. Donation Links Rebecca's Fundraising page to support Christopher's Haven Alzheimer's Association 48 Peaks NH Outdoor Council Order Free Stickers Fill out the form for free SLASR Stickers If you don't have a venmo, don't worry about the postage. We got some private donors to cover the postage cost for us. Topics Stomp floats down the Pemi River Snowflake Mountain on Netflix Kids these days Steve Mason completes the Dodge2Lodge Route over the weekend Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Merchandise Updates No Show on July 8th Donation Reminders Beer Talk, Recent Hikes, Notable Listener Hikes Congrats to Shandi! Mount Lowell, Carrigain Notch and Whitewall Slide Evans Notch Discussion Recent Search and Rescue Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Tubing in New Hampshire Snowflake Mountain Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Four Your Paws Only Pack A Paw Dog Harness Town of Gilead East Royce Mountain About Evans Notch - Conway Daily Sun Hiker trapped in quicksand rescued Rescue beacon saves hiker who fell 400 feet on snowy slope Bad Girls Gone God film crew rescued on Echo Canyon Trail, AZ Dog that fell off 50 foot cliff difficult to find as it matched the color of the rocks Youth operator injured while riding ATV Fish & Game to deadly Connecticut River crash Climbers assisted off Cannon Cliffs
Academy Award winner Ellen Burstyn joins Mase & Sue for some wonderful conversation. She talks about her career -- from "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" to "The Exorcist" to "Same Time, Next Year" to "Requiem For a Dream" --- she is a true screen legend. p.s. This is Steve Mason's favorite episode of Culture Pop, to date.
It is time to play Greg's game and it will also count towards the GAME OF GAME total. We have our 3rd and FINAL MYSTERY GUEST will Mason and Ireland guess who it is? Plus a lucky caller will get the chance to win tickets to check out the LOMBARDI TROPHY at a special event hosted by STEVE MASON if they can guess John's LIE OF THE DAY and GAME OF GAMES and WE conclude our COMMERCIAL FREE THURSDAY with Crosstalk with D'Marco Farr and Scott Kaplan! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Barrie Cadogan is not only one of the most talented and well-respected guitarists around, having played with Primal Scream, Johnny Marr, The The, Steve Mason, Texas and, of course, Paul Weller - he also fronts his own band - Little Barrie. A classic British power trio in the lineage of Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Little Barrie started off as a solo guise for Barrie, using the nickname given to him aged 14 by a mate's dad in Nottingham. The band first supported Paul Weller in 2002 - with gigs including the Birmingham NEC and Hyde Park's Route of Kings. He's played on 22 Dreams, Wake Up The Nation and True Meanings whilst also joining the Weller live line up on numerous occasions for gigs and radio sessions. Thanks for listening - make sure that you subscribe / follow and leave a review - and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee (£3) at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/shop
Broadcast personality Steve Mason is this week's special guest on Kicking it with the Koves! Steve's remarkable career spans everything from sports & business, to television, film & podcasting. His entrepreneurial spirit has led him to a wide variety of career successes, which he discusses at length during this conversation. Steve talks about his unique and inspiring journey, how confidence in vulnerability has helped him along the way, and how to find balance in doing more by doing less. The Koves & Steve get into their best advice surrounding career endeavors in the worlds of entertainment, radio & film. Be sure to check out Steve's current activity and podcast at https://stevemason.com/
On a special ScreenPicks Podcast, we look at all 23 awards that will be given out at the 94th Annual Academy Awards. Who will win Best Picture between Coda or The Power of the Dog? What about the race for Best Actress? We break down all of the awards as we attempt to help you win your pool. Listen to host Phil Wallace, Joel Amos, Andrew Payne, and special guest Steve Mason of ESPN Radio and the CulturePop Podcast on a special podcast.
“the Order of the Legion” [GOLD] What's an active Sherlockian to do when the world goes into lockdown mode and all regular Sherlockian society meetings are canceled? Pretty much what most of us did in the first two years of the pandemic: go virtual! When Covid caused us to shelter in place, Sherlockians—a gregarious type of people—weren't about to be kept away from each other. So many societies began to have virtual meetings: video calls (invariably hosted on Zoom). Rich Krisciunas, Steve Mason, and Edith Pounden were among scores of other Sherlockians who flitted from society to society, making use of technology to allow them to go places and see people they wouldn't have otherwise seen. They are three of the founding officers of the Legion of Zoom: the newest Sherlockian society for people who attend a certain number of virtual meetings. What is the Legion all about, how can you join, and where can you find out about more online Sherlockian group meetings? The answers await in this episode of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere. The Canonical Couplet follows the interview: we give you two lines of poetry, and you need to identify which Sherlock Holmes story they represent. The winner will get some archival material from the IHOSE vaults. Send your answer to comment @ ihearofsherlock .com by March 29, 2022 at 11:59 a.m. EST. The winner will be chosen at random from among all the correct answers. All listeners are eligible to play. Full show notes: Patreon: Thank you to our sponsors and .
Steve Mason first made his name as one quarter (and the frontman of) the Beta Band, one of the most critically lauded acts of the late 1990s. They mixed disparate genres like hip-hop, folk, dub, house, psychedelia to create something beautifully cohesive and arresting. Their tastes were so eclectic and their desire to make music so compelling that they ended up with something that took the DNA of the past and spun it into something wholly new. In that regard, there was a creative parallel with Super Furry Animals. Their first three EPs in 1997 and 1998 set out their musical agenda “to put a nuclear bomb under britpop” so convincingly that they were always going to struggle to meet the ludicrously raised expectations around them. When Eamonn Forde sat down with Steve for The Art of Longevity, Mason explained that the band's self-titled debut album in 1999 was rushed and they spent their interviews ‘promoting it' by saying how much they disliked it! The use of ‘Dry The Rain' in the 2000 film High Fidelity was one of those rare moments where music in a movie can escalate the artists profile more than any other medium, and The Beta Band was suddenly bigger in the US than they were in the UK. Hot Shots II 2001 should perhaps be treated as their debut album proper and is the record Mason is most proud of. However, Internal tensions, politics and mounting pressure meant that Zeroes To Heroes in 2004 ended up their final album before the whole enterprise collapsed in on itself. Mason had already been issuing solo work, notably under the King Biscuit Time name, while the Beta Band were still operational and then evolved into the more electronic, but short-lived, Black Affair. It was the writing of ‘All Come Down' that led to the career-vivifying Boys Outside album and its companion sub album Ghosts Outside. This was the first time Mason released music under his own name and thereafter he released a new album roughly every three years. Mason talks about his circuitous career – from being in a band but feeling like the pressure of it all was solely on his shoulders to operating under pseudonyms and finally venturing out under his own name. There are common musical threads, but he has found an approach and an audience where he can move at his own pace. Presented by Eamonn FordeSupport the show (https://www.songsommelier.com)
This week, the Water Cooler Gang is happy to welcome Steve Mason, of ESPN radio and the co-host of the Culture Pop podcast, to break down the big races at this weekend's Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards. The SAG Awards cover performances and stunts in both film and television, and it's time to figure out […] The post Handicapping the 2022 SAG Awards with Guest Steve Mason appeared first on Awards Daily TV.
The Super Bowl is upon us, so we have a friend and long-time Rams fan Steve Mason joining us today, talking everything Rams, Mathew Stafford, Super Bowl Tickets, and much more! Beadle and Steve also play the new game titled "Gabe is Making Us Play This Game" where they choose and eliminate the most recent halftime shows to determine a prediction for next year's big halftime show. Keep sending them texts and voicemails for Beadle at (631) 397-0403. Rate, review, follow, and we'll see you Friday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ESPN personalities, Kimberley A. Martin & Steve Mason, join us to talk about the NFL Postseason & diversity in sports. Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, Michael Moore Sports Recovery, and Gymnazo.
It's National Radio DJ day and Chris has found archive tapes from Steve Mason back in his days as a DJ in Ohio. We talk to Steve "the Fezz" Fezzik as he gives you advice to place your bets for the NFL this weekend. More archive tapes from Mason's Radio DJ days and A lucky caller get a chanceto win Lakers tickets of they an guess Mason's Lie of the Day. Plus another edition of Game of Games!
Join Host Christine Blackburn to celebrate four of the best stories of 2021! First up is Actress Mollie Heckerling who talks about Gilbert Gottfried fighting with her babysitter; then Broadcaster Steve Mason recounts his days a disc jockey and doing wild stunts for charity, including being Buried Alive. Comedian Chris Gethard was at home with his baby when an odd person came to deliver their Christmas tree. It was then that Chris realized he could kill a man. And finally, Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling shares the story about a wild night out with Rodney Dangerfield in Las Vegas. Happy New Year guys! Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show is back at the Hollywood Improv every month! With your host Christine Blackburn and comedians like Blaine Capatch, writer Danny Zuker, Kira Soltanovich, MaryLynn Rajskub, Melissa Peterman, Wendi McLendon-Covey, and Greg Proops! Four comedians spin the Story Worthy Wheel of Truth and tell a true 1 or 2 minute story on the topic they land. The "expert judges" comment and everyone laughs their ass off. Come! It's a blast! Check out the Story Smash website here- https://www.storysmashshow.com Plus, you can watch Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show on YouTube anytime! https://bit.ly/39OoTdw The Story Worthy Hour & 1/2 Of Power is now once a month on the third Sunday at 7:00pm PST, at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank California! More info on the website- https://www.storyworthypodcast.com Please follow for free, rate, and review Story Worthy on Apple Podcasts here- http://apple.co/1MceZ2Q It really helps. Follow Christine and Story Worthy on Social Media- Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/storyworthy/ Twitter-https://twitter.com/StoryWorthy Facebook- https://facebook.com/StoryWorthy/ ?and at ChristineBlackburn.com. Thanks guys! Christine
Vamos analisar o conetxto intelectual do surgimento do cristianismo a partir dos textos filosóficos e religiosos de autores judeus. O objetivo é entender de que forma a filosofia grega, expandindo sua influência com a consolidação do helenismo, exerceu forte pressão sobre o vocabulário judaico, sobretudo nas reflexões sobre a vida após a morte. Vamos compreender como a ideia de reencarnação foi interpretada e reconstruída por autores como Flávio Josefo e Filo de Alexandria, definindo as bases conceituais para os pensadores cristãos dos primeiros séculos da nossa era. __ Site: https://ocastdosespiritos.libsyn.com Instagram: @ocastdosespiritos Youtube: https://bit.ly/ocastdosespiritos __ Referências AVERY-PECK, A. J.; NEUSNER, J. Judaism in Late Antiquity IV - Death, Life-After-Death, Resurrection, and the World-To-Come in the Judaisms of Antiquity. Leiden - Boston - Köln: Brill, 2000. BOCK, D. L.; KOMOSZEWSKI, J. E. O Jesus histórico - Critérios e contextos no estudo das origens cristãs. Rio de Janeiro: Thomas Nelson Brasil, 2020. COLLINS, J. J. The Afterlife in Apocalyptic Literature. Judaism in Late Antiquity 4 - Death, life after death, resurrection and the world-to-come in the Judaisms of antiquity. Leiden - Boston - Köln: Brill, 1999. COLLINS, J. J. The Apocalyptic Imagination - An Introduction to Jewish Apocalyptic Literature. Livonia, Michigan: WILLIAM B . EERDMANS PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1998. COLLINS, J. J.; HARLOW, D. C. Early Judaism - A Comprehensive Overview. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2012. DI MUZIO, G. Reincarnation, and infinite punishment in Hell. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, v. 74, n. 2, p. 167–180, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11153-013-9408-3. EHRMANN, B. Heaven and Hell - A History of the Afterlife. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2020. ELLEDGE, C. D. Future Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism: Social Dynamics, Contested Evidence. Currents in Biblical Research, v. 9, n. 3, p. 394–421, 2011. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476993x11400180. ELLENS, J. H. (editor). Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife - Eternity in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2013. FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS. Life of Josephus, translation, and commentary by Steve Mason. Leiden - Boston - Köln: Brill, 2001. Available at: file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/fvm939e.pdf. FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS. Life of Josephus, translation, and commentary by Steve Mason. Leiden - Boston - Köln: Brill, 2001. Available at: file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/fvm939e.pdf.YLI-KARJANMAA, S. Clement of Alexandria ' s Position on the Doctrine of Reincarnation and Some Comparisons with Philo. n. 294528, p. 1–24, [s. d.]. GLASSON, Francis T. Greek Influence in Jewish Eschatology. London: SPCK, 1961. GRABBE, L. Eschatology in Philo and Josephus. In: AVERY-PECK, A. J.; NEUSNER, J. (orgs.). Judaism in Late Antiquity 4 - Death, life after death, resurrection and the world-to-come in the Judaisms of antiquity. Leiden - Boston - Köln: Brill, 1999. GRUDEM, W.; COLLINS, C. J.; SCHREINER, T. R. Understanding Scripture - An Overview of the Bible's Origin, Reliability, and Meaning. Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway, 2012. HORSLEY, R.; HANSON, J. S. Movimentos populares no tempo de Jesus. São Paulo: Editora Paulus, 2020. JOSEPHUS, F.; MASON, S. Flavius Josephus - Judean War 2 (Volume 1B). Leiden - Boston: Brill, 2008. LÉVY, Carlos, "Philo of Alexandria", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2018 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = . PORTER, S. E.; PORTER, W. J. Christian Origins and Hellenistic Judaism: Social and Literary Contexts for the New Testament. Leiden - Boston: Brill, 2013. v. 2. https://doi.org/10.1177/0091829613518718b. REALE, G.; ANTISERI, D. Filosofia - Antiguidade e Idade Média. São Paulo: Editora Paulus, 2017. RUNIA, D. T. Philo of Alexandria and The Timaeus of Plato. Leiden: Brill, 1986. SANDERS, E. P. Judaism: Practice and Belief 63 BCE-66 CE. London: SCM Press, 1994. SEGAL, A. F. Life After Death - A History of the Afterlife in the Religions of the West. New York: Doubleday, 2004. VERMES, G. Jesus e o mundo do judaísmo. São Paulo: Edições Loyola, 2015. WINSTON, D. Logos and Mystical Theology in Philo of Alexandria. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, 1985. REALE, G. Estoicismo, ceticismo e ecletismo. São Paulo: Edições Loyola, 2015. WRIGHT, N. T. The resurrection of the Son of God. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2003. https://doi.org/10.5149/northcarolina/9781469628394.003.0011. YLI-KARJANMAA, S. Reincarnation in Philo of Alexandria. London: SBL Press, 2015. YLI-KARJANMAA, S. Clement of Alexandria's Position on the Doctrine of Reincarnation and Some Comparisons with Philo. n. 294528, p. 1–24, [s. d.]. YLI-KARJANMAA, S. The New Life of the Good Souls in Josephus: Resurrection or Reincarnation? Journal for the Study of Judaism, v. 48, n. 4–5, p. 506–530, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1163/15700631-12340154. Para acesso às fontes primárias dos textos antigos e tradução para o francês: http://remacle.org/
"Too Sense" Segment: Tiger and Charlie Woods vs. John Daly and John Daly II If you didn't get to watch Tiger and his son Charlie Woods, you missed an incredible show... I dive into why we should try to enjoy how good this 12 year old kid really is... And also why this was some sweet, long over-due revenge for John Daly against Tiger in the PNC Championship over the weekend. Let me know what you think of the tournament finish and my reaction! Conversation: - Greg Bergman - 710AM ESPN LA Producer and Assistant Program Director Grateful to have Greg Bergman on today with me. He has been in sports radio, behind the scenes, for 20 years! He's had a wild ride with lots of different networks and he's finally found a home it seems, with ESPN LA. He is a key part of the biggest sports radio show in Los Angeles, "Mason and Ireland" with Steve Mason and the voice of the Lakers, John Ireland... "Mason and Ireland" is on 710AM ESPN LA Radio from 1pm-4pm Pacific Time every week day. Greg and I discuss: How he got his start with Fox Sports Radio What it's like to work on different shows with different hosts How he got to ESPN and working with "Mason and Ireland" What it's like being the voice of reason for the show Lakers expectations moving forward Dodgers potential Free Agency moves The future of UCLA Football with Lincoln Riley going to USC UCLA Basketball and how coach Mick Cronin has turned the program around I really enjoyed this one and it was great to get a behind the scenes look at the life of a sports radio producer! My thanks to Greg Bergman. You can follow him on Twitter: @BergmanGreg Follow Me and SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and COMMENT on the Too Tall Sports Podcast: https://linktr.ee/TooTallSportsPodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOT1dawh_079qckq7OmFHAQ Instagram: @tootallsportspodcast Twitter: @TooTallSports Facebook Group: TooTallSportsPodcast Apple Podcasts: Too Tall Sports Podcast Spotify: Too Tall Sports Podcast Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/too-tall-sports-podcast/PC:52128 https://www.vegassportsadvantage.com?ref=tootall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a sponsor!!! Want the best sports betting picks texted directly to your phone every day? I have the answer and it's Vegas Sports Advantage. A proud sponsor of the Too Tall Sports Podcast Link Here: https://www.vegassportsadvantage.com?ref=tootall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Okay – so here's the bad news. Remember I was sniffling and spluttering on the last few episodes? It's just cold I said. Nope. It was COVID. I'm on the back end of it now I think, but it's been a nasty business. Probably best to wash your hands after you've listened to this episode. But here's the good news! On this episode, I'm speaking to Steve Mason – formally of The Beta Band, formally of King Biscuit Time, formally – I think – of Black Affair. Steve kindly took some time out of his time in the studio – excitingly he's recording a new full length record, the follow up to 2019's excellent About The Light – so do excuse a bit of banging and clanging. And I'm excited to speak to Steve for two reasons. One – for over twenty-years he's proved himself to be a consistently innovative, unique, interesting, soulful voice in the pop realm. But also because twenty-odd years ago, he wrote a song – The Beta Band's 'Dry The Rain' – that soundtracked the very onset of my Obsessive Compusive Disorder... and the madness that ensued. Before there were therapists, and doctors and medication, there was that song, and that song might just have helped saved my life. It was a thrill to get to speak to Steve about his own experiences with mental illness, the chaos and creativity of The Beta Band, his outlook on music culture in the here and now, and – perhaps most interestingly – the challenges musicians face now that the world is learning to live with COVID. I'm so happy he spoke to me, and so happy you can join us for this episode.The James McMahon Music Podcast is a Spoook Media production. Spoook is also a record label, a promoter, a shop, a Substack - it's many things. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter. And please do Like, Review and Subscribe - it actually really helps people find our podcasts!
https://slasrpodcast.com/ Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we welcome Steve Mason, one of the most prolific hikers in the White Mountains. Steve will share some adventures with us. We are also pleased to welcome back Stephen Rodrigues from Rek-lis Brewing. Topics Talking growing up in the 1980s Stomp's Sponsor update Mike stumbles through the show intro Reach the Beach Beer talk and Non Alcoholic Beer Rek-Lis Brewing Company update Pumpkin Beer Unicycle Talk Introducing Steve Mason Watcher and Eaglet Adventures on Lafayette and Huntington Ravine The slides on Webster Mount Kilimanjaro Injury Discussion Super Pemi FKT Recent Search and Rescue News The Case of Michael Miller - Missing on Mount Lafayette since 1983 Show Notes Rek-Lis Brewing Company Retail Locations for Rek-Lis Beer in New Hampshire Sponsorship and Donations Sober October Reach the Beach Athletic Brewery Steve Mason's Instagram Mike's video of the Watcher Steve's Super Pemi FKT Hunter Needs a rescue Injured Hiker on Rattle River Two groups of hikers get lost and end up finding each other, then proceed to combine forces to get rescued together Michael Miller Articles
Sedano and Kaplan can't believe what Steve Mason said on their show, how do you fumble that one so bad? Also, How far would you go to get free food for life? Plus, Keyshawn had a strong opinion about Derek Carr but Stephen A Smith wasn't feeling what he was saying. And, Lindsey makes everyone on the show gasp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us for a message from Pastor Steve Mason on September 19, 2021 . Pastor Steve is the District Youth Director for the State of Alabama in the Assemblies of God. He preaches from Mark Chapter 2 on the importance of everyone's role in supporting mission. Pastor Steve also talks about the importance of Speed the Light and some of the projects around that world that Speed the Light funds. For more information about our church visit us on our website or our Facebook pageWebsite: http://revivalcenterag.comFacebook: http://facebook.com/revivalcenterag
It's another edition of "Sue's News" as Sue Kolinsky digs up some of today's funniest, weirdest stories. From the woman who sexually pleasured a dolphin to the crazy trend of school kids in Kentucky that have begun barking like dogs to the female chess champion who is suing the makers of "Queens Gambit." Plus if you have never heard Steve Mason doing impersonations of his dogs Sophie, Fredo & Hollis, this show is not to be missed.
Nasty Knuckles is back with episode 40 and excited to welcome on Steve Mason! Nasty Knuckles is an original show created by co-hosts, Riley Cote and Derek "Nasty" Settlemyre. The show will feature a mix of interviews, never before heard story-telling, hockey-talk, and maybe some pranks... The guys will bring in some of the biggest names in the hockey world all for your enjoyment! Make sure to check back every week as the guys release a new episode! ► Follow the show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NastyKnuckles ► Follow Riley Cote on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rileycote32 ► Follow Riley Cote on Instagram: https://instagram.com/rileycote32 ► Follow Derek Settlemyre on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dnastyworld ► Follow Derek Settlemyre on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dnastyworld
Pastor Devon and Pastor Alex sit down and interview Alabama District Youth Director, Steve Mason. Pastor Steve has been in the DYD position for 14 years empowering youth ministries across the state of Alabama to fulfill the Great Commission. In this episode we talk about his role as the DYD, the importance of Speed the Light and what projects Speed the Light goes to fund. Revival Talks is a series of discussions where staff from our church and members of our community sit down and talk about various topics in light of what is going on in our church, our community, and our world.For more information about our church visit us on our website or our Facebook pageWebsite: http://revivalcenterag.comFacebook: http://facebook.com/revivalcenterag
The Southern California Hyundai Dealers ESPN LA Golf Classic is this Friday, as Mason, Ireland and Chris Morales try to decide how to keep things fair for the amateur golfer, Steve Mason. If you play golf, how do you keep things fair for your friends who are not as experienced as you? We open the phone lines. Mason and Bergman got heat for saying yesterday that they would pick Walker Buehler as they're one game starter, whereas a lot of Dodger fans love Max Scherzer. Who would you pick as your go-to starter for the postseason? The Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay answers today's Wheel of Questions and what to expect with the team's season opener at SoFi Stadium this Sunday against the Chicago Bears. It's Wednesday, so of course we get a stone-cold drop in by Mychal Thompson! Should Paul Pierce apologize for the Instagram live video that got him fired? And if not, does that hurt his chances of getting in to the Hall of Fame?
Steve tell us how a group of teenagers came to be in the world stage. Just how many Jars of Clay songs are used in movie soundtracks and why do their songs always seem to be relevant in Hollywood. Plus how important was it for the band to use such a variety of instruments to make their sound.
Classic Album Sundays' Colleen ‘Cosmo' Murphy and Steve Mason discuss one of his favourite albums: Public Image Ltd's second album ‘Metal Box' at Camp Bestival. Steve even shared a great tip on how to use the ‘Metal Box' as a tin for making shortbread! Read more about your favourite albums here: www.classicalbumsundays.com
Classic Album Sundays' Colleen ‘Cosmo' Murphy and Steve Mason discuss one of his favourite albums: Public Image Ltd's second album ‘Metal Box' at Camp Bestival. Steve even shared a great tip on how to use the ‘Metal Box' as a tin for making shortbread! Read more about your favourite albums here: www.classicalbumsundays.com
Clinton Yates helps Sedano finish out the last half hour of the show before the weekend. Who from the show shares the most famous first name? Callers still take an attempt at guessing what the bougie thing Steve Mason did during his vacation. Plus, Raheem Edwards of LAFC calls-in to play Big Deal or No Deal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Oh Kap this is why we love you, but we're not going to let you off the hook. Steve Mason joins the show and Sedano couldn't help himself to share some thoughts. Let's play Bash 4 Cash! Even if you're not a fan of the team you have to give PG some love. Plus, underrated or overrated. And, Greg won't live this blooper down. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I got to talk with Chief Ronald Mason, Chief of Tampa Fire/Rescue from 1976-1979 and his brother District Chief Steve Mason. The Mason family has been part of Tampa Fire/Rescue since the 1930's and they share some of the history of EMS not only in that department, but how Tampa was on the leading edge of EMS care nationwide. Thanks as always for listening, and drop me a note via the email with any questions or suggestions for future episodes. Email - FirehouseLogbook@gmail.com Twitter - @FDLogbook Instagram - @FDLogbookPodcast Facebook - www.facebook.com/FDLogbookPodcast Website - www.firehouselogbook.captivate.fm Music: "Tired traveler on the way to go home", Andrew Codeman via Freemusicarchive.com
Steve Mason sits down with longtime broadcast partner John Ireland. "Mason & Ireland" went on the air at the Mighty 690 back in 1994, and they have now done their show on 710 ESPN for a continuous run of 17 years. If you're a fan of the show, this is "must listen.". You'll hear a deeply personal conversation and never before told stories.
Here the gang cover that 0-2 loss to City, the Ladies Under 18s and 23s plus special guest Steve Mason! Also discussed is the upcoming game on Saturday against Sheff Utd - hit the listen button!
Anthony Davis is back as they take on the Dallas Mavs tonight. Steve Mason joins SLK to talk about his breakfast nightmare. Mychal Thompson joins the crew and they get into an interesting conversation. Plus, producer Greg drops the ball during overrated, underrated, and properly rated. And, AD will get to play with the new AD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This weeks guest is the one and only Steve Mason, co-host of The Mason and Ireland Show ESPN LA. Mason and Ireland is the longest running duo on LA radio. Steve discusses how he got his start on radio(he started when he was 15 btw), and discusses how he prepares for each show. We talk sports broadcasting, Dodgers and more. Steve is also the host of the Culture Pop Podcast, available wherever podcasts can be found.
One of the things making LA special is its extensive mural culture. Across every neighborhood in the city, people can find a variety of public art chronicling the LA's history, culture, citizenry and more. Robert Vargas is a big part of that, responsible for a diverse group of murals across Los Angeles. We start on his upbringing in Boyle Heights, a hub of mural culture in the city. When did he find art? What type of support did he get from his family? Why did he turn to murals as an expression of his talent? Why is mural culture so important to L.A.? Is it a different process with different objectives when completing one in Boyle Heights vs. the Valley vs. the Westside? We talk about his Kobe murals, the newest at the Zambezi off Jefferson in Santa Monica. What inspired him? What kind of images did he choose, and why? We move from Kobe, one of the most visible people this city has ever seen, to his inclusion of a member of its most invisible community. For a mural downtown, he started by painting a homeless man named Craig. Why is it so important to have representation of people like that, who so few people ever really see? Finally, on Friday we had 710 ESPN's Steve Mason on the show, who showed us two oil paintings from his oil painting phase. We have Robert review them. Finally, we discuss Meyers Leonard and the anti-Semitic slur he used Tuesday. What could/should the fallout be?
Steve Mason has been a mainstay of LA radio for multiple decades. We've known him for almost two... and on Friday's Late Night Happy Hour learned all kinds of new stuff about the guy. We start on vaccinations. He got one, hanging out at the local Rite-Aid. Turns out, they had some spares. So what's he going to do with his newfound freedom, once he and his partner get the other half of the vax? From there, we turn to his oil painting days, something he revealed this week promoting his show. Turns out, painting was a phase, one of many, and arguably the most normal. After, it's on to the Dodgers and the Rams. How excited is he for returning to the stadiums? Are the Dodgers going to be pushed by the Padres? Will the Rams be able to navigate some important personnel losses this offseason? Has any shine worn off Sean McVay? We discuss Steve's "Culture Pop" podcast which has pulled in some great guests of late. Just how close was he to landing a career in musical theater? What about pandemic TV? Why have certain shows hit and others not? Is Better Call Saul better than Breaking Bad? How will popular shows like Succession handle the pandemic? All of that and more on Friday's Late Night Happy Hour!
Mauricio is joined by the legendary Los Angeles Sports Radio Host Steve Mason. They discussed Steve's beginnings in Toledo, Ohio. They also talked about the 26 year run of Mason And Ireland. It is currently on ESPN Los Angeles weekdays 1-4pm. Steve is a huge LA sports fan and it was only right to talk Rams, Dodgers, and Lakers. Steve once visited El Salvador, find out what his experience was like.Check out Steve Mason's podcast Culture Pop.
Happy Monday, Sedano and Kap are leading you to the Lakers pre-game show. Sedano shares a childhood dream and Kap can relate. The Lakers should be looking at the Nets as a real problem. Also, is it time to panic if you're a Lakers fan? Plus, Kaplan has strong words for Steve Mason. Cam Newton gets taunted by a kid… did he handle the situation correctly? What you need to know! And, it's National Margarita Day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Mason is a stund performer, author, actor and speaker who believes in "simply doing the RIGHT thing!" Steve lost his father to suicide when he was an 8 year old boy and he found the body. This sent him down a dark path and many years of substance abuse and depression. Now nearly 9 years clean and sober, Steve shares his poignant story. Steve wrote and co-produced EIGHT, a 21 minute short film based on his father's death. It is a message of helping those in need.
Adam talks to writer, actor and comedian Bridget Christie with music from Steve Mason. Recorded live at The End Of The Road Festival in September 2016. Music and jingles by Adam Buxton. Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support, Matt Lamont for convo editing and to Acast for hosting this podcast. Download their app and check out their many other excellent shows. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.